Today’s Headlines

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  • How reduced parking requirements can increase housing (AARP)
  • California rail authorities join forces in CIRCLE: California Rail Corridors Linking Everyone (Trains)
  • Parents push for safer routes to school in Montclair (Daily Bulletin)
  • California has a huge racial profiling problem (Daily Beast)
  • The people who harvest our food suffer from lack of COVID resources, information (KVPR)
  • Cargo backlog creates traffic tie-ups on the highways and in neighborhoods (Press Democrat)
    • But that’s just masking an economic success story! (Bloomberg)
  • California’s wildfire smoke is causing health problems in the eastern US (Washington Post)
  • LA City Council votes to solve homelessness by banning it (LA Times)
  • Singapore implements problematic rules on bicycle behavior in the name of “safety” (Straits Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Despite dangers to pedestrians, SD begins project to widen El Cajon Blvd to “solve congestion” (KPBS)
  • Correlations seen between growing number of large SUVs and pedestrian deaths (Urban Wire)
  • Cities looking for ways to end illegal street racing (LA Times)
  • Yup. E-bike deliveries reduce emissions (Fast Company)
  • Here’s a city that hasn’t had any cars for over a decade – it works (Vice)
  • Ride-share saves neither time, money, NOR the planet (and doesn’t cut congestion either) (LA Times)
  • San Diego COASTER to receive $10m in federal funds (Times of San Diego)
  • Former CARB deputy Steve Cliff nominated to run federal highway safety agency (Federal News Network)
  • CTC approves $2.1 billion for transportation projects statewide (The Daily Independent)
  • Pasadena defers action on Caltrans-owned homes (South Pasadena Review)
  • Cut water use, said Newsom. Nah, said Californians (SF Chronicle)
  • Oakland opens its guaranteed income project (SF Chronicle)

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